Why do other countries in the Western Hemisphere, as well as developing countries around the world, not follow the example of Costa Rica?
PORT MORESBY, Papua New Guinea — A large earthquake has struck the middle of Papua New Guinea. The U.S. Geological Survey says the magnitude-7.5 quake hit about 89 kilometers (55 miles) southwest of Porgera early Monday in the Pacific island
Mi’kmaq are taking extreme measures in an attempt to mitigate the destruction.
Authorities, who sealed off area after 2 blasts, said there was no major damage.
Thirteen people killed when helicopter sent to assess the damage crashed.
Iraq, the sinkhole from which the U.S. seems unable to extricate itself, is facing two further upcoming crises.
An editorial cartoon by The Blade’s Kirk Walters.